Trump denies knowledge of a payment to a porn star to cover up a sexual encounter. Evangelical leaders, worried about the midterms, have arranged a meeting with the president at Trump's D.C. hotel.
The candidates are separated by just hundreds of votes. That's a big turnaround from President Trump's 20-point victory in 2016. It has many Republicans worried about a possible Democratic wave.
President Trump won the congressional district by 20 points in the 2016 election. But the race is close, and Republicans are spending heavily to try and stave off a public-relations disaster.
More than 9 in 10 Americans support mandatory background checks for all gun buyers. That's one finding in a new NPR/Ipsos poll that shows an increasing level of support for gun control policies.
The president is meeting with students and teachers about school safety this week. The White House says he supports improving background checks, but the issue has languished after past shootings.
Here's your guide to the state of redistricting in six key states. The U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide three major cases this term that could determine how districts are drawn for the next decade.
Members of the Freedom Caucus warned of political consequences for House Speaker Paul Ryan if he brings an immigration bill to the floor that they believe breaks promises made by President Trump.
The Illinois GOP has failed to keep a gadfly candidate, white supremacist Arthur Jones, from being the only Republican congressional candidate on the general election ballot this year.
The bill to keep the government funded until March 23 goes to the Senate, which is expected to change it. Senate leaders say they are closer than ever to reaching a long-term budget deal.